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<plain_text><page sequence="1">JEWISH HISTORICAL STUDIES A -j^ac^^^ifc-? TRANSACTIONS OF THE JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND VOLUME XXXI 1988 -1990</page><page sequence="2">JEWISH HISTORICAL STUDIES</page><page sequence="3">JEWISH HISTORICAL STUDIES TRANSACTIONS OF THE JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND VOLUME XXXI 1988-1990 THE JEWISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND 1990</page><page sequence="4">The Society as a body is not responsible for statements made or opinions expressed by contributors to this volume. ?The Jewish Historical Society of England 33 Seymour Place, London W1H 5AP ISBN 0-902528-23-8 The publication of this volume has been greatly assisted by the generosity of the Kessler Foundation and anonymously For DAF Typeset and designed by The Self Publishing Association Ltd Printed and Bound in Great Britain by Devonshire Press Ltd, Torquay</page><page sequence="5">This volume is dedicated by The Jewish Historical Society of England to the memory of Vivian David Lipman CVO, DPhil, FSA, FRHistS 1921-1990 President of the Jewish Historical Society of England 1965-1967 Who served well the values and the history of Judaism and England loving equally the traditions of each natM not1? Dawart mm npm orn p*o nrfrw</page><page sequence="6">Contents page Preface xi In Memoriam Vivian David Lipman (1921-1990) xv Vivian Lipman: a personal tribute xx ROBIN MUNDILL Anglo-Jewry under Edward I: credit agents and their clients 1 JOE HILLABY A magnate among the marchers: H?mo of Hereford, his family and clients, 1218-1253 23 ZEFIRA ENTIN ROKEAy Money and the hangman in late-13th-century England: Jews, Christians and coinage offences alleged and real (Part I) 83 EDGAR SAMUEL The Curiel family in 16th-century Portugal 111 ROGER PRIOR A second Jewish community in Tudor London 137 EDGAR SAMUEL The readmission of the Jews to England in 1656, in the context of English economic policy 153 BETTY NAGGAR Old-clothes men: 18th and 19th centuries 171 RAPHAEL LOEWE and MALCOLM BROWN A 'miniature sanctuary' at Clapton House, 1781 193 MIRIAM RODRIGUES-PEREIRA Relations of the Mahamad of the Spanish and Portuguese Congregation of London with the Holy Land in the 19th century 197 vi</page><page sequence="7">Contents CECIL BLOOM Colonel Patterson, soldier and Zionist 231 GEOFFREY ALDERMAN M. H. Davis: the rise and fall of a communal upstart 249 Book Notes 269 Contributors to this volume 273 Notes for contributors to Society publications 275 Society officers and council 277 Index 279 vii</page><page sequence="8">List of Illustrations Vivian Lipman (1921-1990) Frontispiece ANGLO-JEWRY UNDER EDWARD I Plate 1 Bond between Josce fil Manasser and John de la Hethe, 1275 8 Plate 2 Bond between Hagin fil Bateman and Hugh the Palmer, 1286 10 Fig. 1 Jewish debtors in Lincolnshire, 1270-6 15 Fig. 2 Jewish debtors in Lincolnshire, 1278-90 16 A MAGNATE AMONG THE MARCHERS: H?MO OF HEREFORD Fig. 1 Jewish communities in England, late-12th and 13th centuries 24 Fig. 2 The family of H?mo of Hereford 34 Plate 1 City of Hereford, John Speed, 1610 53 Plate 2 Plan of the City of Hereford, Isaac Taylor, 1757 54 MONEY AND THE HANGMAN IN LATE-13TH-CENTURY ENGLAND Plate 1 A blindfolded man executed by hanging 89 THE CURIEL FAMILY Fig. 1 The Counts of Castile and Lara and Lords of Aza (Riaza) 116 Fig. 2 The Lords of Aza (Riaza) 117 Fig. 3 The Saldanha family 118 Plate 1 Coimbra in the 16th century 121 Fig. 4 The Curiel family 126 Fig. 5 The Da Fonseca family 128 Fig. 6 Descendants of Jeronimo Nunes Ramires 130 OLD-CLOTHES MEN: 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES Plate 1 Old-clothes man, c. 1820 173 Plate 2 Old-clothes man, c. 1824 175 Plate 3 Jew purchasing old clothes, c. 1800 176 viii</page><page sequence="9">List of Illustrations Plate 4 Rag fair, probably 18th century 177 Plate 5 Old clothes. Fitzroy Square, 1804 179 Plate 6 Old-clothes man 180 Plate 7 Old-clothes man 182 Plate 8 Old-clothes man, 1780 184 Plate 9 Anonymous wood engraving, possibly late 19th century 188 A 'MINIATURE SANCTUARY* AT CLAPTON HOUSE, 1781 Plate 1 The grounds and chapel of Clapton House seen from the west, c. 1829 194 Plate 2 Clapton House and outbuildings seen from the east, c. 1834 195 ix</page></plain_text>

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